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Participial clauses (namely conjunct participles and ablative absolutes) will be investigated with regard to their informative nature. They can be interpreted as expressing background or foreground actions, in the light of the expanding use of

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it participium coniunctum . It seems, however, that there is no similar rule concerning the agent of participial clauses, when this agent is not the subject, i.e. when the participle is in the passive voice. But in the absence of a rule, we can

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clause, whereas further noun phrases (translated as genitives in both versions) form prepositional phrases “kol-bosor – all flesh” in Hebrew. In the Vulgate, the participial clause is transformed into a relative clause. This discontinuity therefore

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